White Supremacist Kills Holocaust Museum Guard; Conservatives Get the Blame?

The hero of the story that unfolded today at the Holocaust Museum, Stephen Tyrone Johns, died from gunshot wounds sustained as he protected the lives of hundreds. My prayers are with his family. I've been trying to wrap my head around this for a good part of the day. From The Anchoress: ...more

Huh???

What rights are you talking about?

Who intentionally constructed a hate ...more

The Holocaust: My Visit to Dachau, a Concentration Camp

Last Week, someone asked me the question, "What is the most memorable place you've ever been?" For me, it occured on July 5, 1995. I know the exact date, because it was the day after my 18th birthday. The place: Dachau Nazi Concentration Camp. (Survivors on Liberation Day: April 29, 1945) ...more

Monday November 10th: The 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht

Hatred creeps in on little steps, establishing itself like a cancer, a cell at a time. Inch after inch is surrendered until feet are gone, then yards, then more until, finally, the streets run red with blood. Every tolerated incursion becomes a foothold for hatred. Many small incursions had been taken in Germany in the early days of Hitler's despotic rule. These led to Kristallnacht. (The Night of Broken Glass). Seventy years ago, Kristallnacht occurred. ...more

Teresah, I'll proudly stand with you on this issue.  Marriage is between one man and one ...more